The Effect of Reading Interests, Communication Skill, and Adversity Quotient towards Senior High school Students’ Problem Solving Ability
Keywords:students comprehension; senior high school; education.
The purposes of the research are to examine: 1) the effect of reading interests on senior high school students’ problem solving ability in Bekasi, Indonesia; 2) the effect of communication Skill towards senior high school students’ problem solving ability in Bekasi, Indonesia; 3) the effect of adversity quotient towards senior high school students’ problem solving ability in Bekasi, Indonesia;4) the effect of reading interests, communication skill, and adversity quotient towards senior high school students’ problem solving ability in Bekasi, Indonesia. The method used is quantitative. Afterward, the population of the research is thetenth grades of senior high school students inBekasi. The number of populations itself are488 students. Then, the sample is taken by random sampling using Slovin with 10% of error margin, thus the number obtained are 83 students. The data analyses used is correlation analyses, and multiple linear regression analyses. In determining the hypothesis, T and F test are used with 5 % alpha. Hence, the results shows that there is no significant effectof reading interests towards senior high school students’ problem solving ability in Bekasi, meanwhile there is significant effect of communication skill and adversity quotient towards senior high school students’ problem solving ability in Bekasi.
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